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This is The Koean Genome Project (KGP) Home page. This site is for gathering and distributing any kind of information associated with Korean Genome sequencing, Genome Analysis, and Personal Genomics.

The Goal of Korean Genome Project (KGP) is to sequence all the Koreans on Earth (~50,000,000). KPGP is a PGP.

The Korean Genome Project News
The Korean Genome Researches


 Korean Genome Project Steps:

    2008: The First Korean Genome (Dr. Seong-jin Kim)

    2010: The Genome Sequncing of Korean Familes (2 families. 8 people)

    2010: In association with KT (KGP 20)

    2014: 50 Korean Genomes (KGP 50)

    2015: 100 Korean Genomes (KGP 100)

    2017: 1000 Korean Genomes (KGP 1000)  

    2018: 2000 Korean Genomes (KGP 2000)  

    2020: 10,000 Korean Genomes (KGP 10k)

    2024: 1,000,000 Korean Genomes (KGP 1M)

    2027: 10,000,000 Korean Genomes (KGP 10M)

    2035: 50,000,000 Korean Genomes (KPGP 50M)

    2042: 7,000,000,000 Human Genomes (BiG project)

Some Other Korean Genome Related Reports


The Projects Related to Korean Genomes 
The Korean Genome FTP Sites (Download)
The Whole Genome Sequnces of Koreans:  
The Korean Reference Genome (KOREF): 
The VCF files of Korean Genomes: FTP at Biodisk
The Korean Reference Genomes (KOREF)
 The Korean Reference Genome (KOREF):
 The Korean Reference genome is also found at KOBIC:
Additional Links:
The Korean Genome Researchers and Developers 
Korean Genome Related Papers/Articles
►35 Korean genome CAMDA related

Whole genome sequencing of 35 individuals provides insights into the genetic architecture of Korean population

US FDA, BMC Bioinformatics 2014.

The Reference Papers for Korean Genomes 

External links

 Danish Reference Genome Project



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